The Management Festival Tatva 2k17 organised by Faculty of Management, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) was concluded with the valedictory ceremony at 5:00 pm. Mr. Kavider Gupta, Hon’ble Speaker of the J&K Legislative assembly was the chief guest of the function. He distributed prizes, along with Dr. Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. D. Mukhopadhyay, Dean faculty of management, heads and Dr. Saurabh, faculty coordinator of the event.
The SMVDU TBIC sponsored Trade Fair attracted crowd from all the areas. The innovative stalls exhibited their entrepreneurial skills and innovation.
The management conclave in the fest based on the theme of ‘VUCA World- Sustainable solutions’ was addressed by esteemed panellists Mr. Rakesh Shalla (Vodafone CEO, J&K Circle), Mr. Sahil Sharma (Demand Manager OYO rooms), Mr. Sanjeev gupta, Director, Chetna organisation, Prof. Mukhopadhaya (Dean, Faculty of Management), Prof. Ashutosh Vashishtha (Director of Business School). Mr. Rakesh Shalla addressed the whole audience by asking them to “train yourself by a training called life” and further he explained VUCA as a reflection of what one’s life is and how one can excel in life by grabbing the VUCA moment at the right point of time.
The event witnessed the excitement and zeal of all the participants from within and outside the university. The participants, from various institutions such as TBS, Jammu University; SPMR college of Commerce, Central University Jammu, MIET and others participated in various competitive events like Ad-mania, Welcome to Hell, Future CEO, Pro Curious, Empresario, Treasure Hunt, and other events. The prizes were won by SMVD University in the events Jingle Making, Pro-Curious, JAM and Stroke of Genius; SPMR commerce college in Empresario, MIET grabbed three trophies in Funk from junk, Ad-Mania and Future CEO; SPMR and GCET shared the trophy in Welcome to hell. In the valedictory ceremony the winners of “Tatva 2k17” were honoured with certificates and trophies.
In his valedictory address Shri Kavinder Gupta congratulated the participants and the students for the successful completion of the fest. He asked the students to manage and serve India by saying that we need to see that what we can offer to the country. Prof. Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor said that learning is both blend of understanding the theories and exposure to practical situations and experiences, and he asked students to sharpen their minds in such a way so that they could cope better in this VUCA world and succeed in their life. He said that at SMVD University we are committed to create an environment where the students can blossom their creative skills. Prof. D. Mukhopadhaya (Dean, Faculty of Management) congratulated the students for successful organization of the event. Dr. Saurabh (Faculty of Management) extended his vote of thanks and said “Be Awake and Be Aware for nurturing the creative skills”. He said that SMVDU is ‘the’ place for exploring the opportunities. The event was sponsored by Crystal tiles, SMVDU- TBIC, AIRTEL and media partner JK channel, daily news for you, etc.
The event culminated with the cultural nights witnessed a huge participation of students of the university as well as participants from outside as well; especially the marvellous “Punjabi Folk Night” saw an overwhelming footfall of a number of students. The student event coordinators Ms. Akshita, and Mr. Rachit expressed their gratitude for successful completion of the event.
Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University is quite abuzz this weekend with its management festival Tatva 2K17, which is another step for creating an environment where students can showcase their creative as well as managerial skills. the event Organized by Faculty of Management, under the leadership of Prof. Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor of the University, Tatva 2K17, is an amalgamation of various competitive events, management conclave and Trade fair. Sponsored by SMVDU- Technology and Business Incubation Centre (TBIC) and Airtel, and others Tatva 2K17 supports innovation, technology based ideas that can be realized into independent self-sustaining business.
The event was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) D. Mukhopadhyay, Dean FoM along with Prof. V. Verma, Dean, FoE, Prof. V. K. Bhatt, Dean FoS, Dr. Kakoli Majumdar, Head DoE, Dr. Ashutosh Vashishtha, Head SoB and Dr. Saurabh, Faculty Coordinator Tatva 2K17 on 27th January. During the inauguration, Prof. Mukhopadhyay congratulated the students for successful organization of the event and asked the students to adopt “learn and let learn” philosophy throughout their lives. Prof. Verma also called upon the students to showcase their talents and special abilities in the event. Prof. Bhatt wished the participants a good learning experience. Dr. Ashutosh Vashishtha, Head SoB congratulated the students for enlighting the spark of TATVA to promote creativity and ideas. Dr. Kakali Majumdar, while underling the importance of such platforms, asked the students to make the most of it in their academic career.
On this occasion Faculty coordinator, Dr. Saurabh briefed the audience about the events and extended a cordial welcome to the participants from within and outside the university. Running through three days, Tatva 2K17 will include Future CEO- a managerial level personal interview, Funk from junk- a product development event, Welcome to hell- a panel discussion , Ad Mania-advertisement making competition, Trade Fair and many cultural events. The Management Conclave in the event shall have CEO’s and heads of various organizations to deliberate on the topic of sustainable solutions.
“There is just one rule of this universe – Survival of the Fittest. If you can’t be a lion, make sure you have leverage over it. The Universe accepts and responds to a person who refuses to be denied”- these were the words of Mr. Arush Mahajan, a young CEO (Chief Executive Officer), Director of Elysium Net Solution Pvt. Ltd and COO (Chief Operating Officer) of INR Deals while delivering a guest lecture on “Entrepreneurship, Business Development and Internet marketing” to a large number of students and faculty of School of Business and Department of Economics at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University here today.
Mr. Mahajan who is successfully running these two Start Up companies and had a national presence, gave some useful tips to the students about developing online business and branding opportunities and digital Infrastructure. His company ENS has conducted over 100 free digital marketing awareness events. The company has offered consultancy to over 10,000 students across India. He addressed the students by giving the examples of Great Giants of Internet in the likes of Google, Facebook, Youtube and also said how we’d make full use of them by generating more and more revenue instead of hits and likes. During delivering his lecture he told students to find out their hidden talent in them and to use the platforms like Youtube, Facebook, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Pinterest and start making money out of it. Mr. Arush also told students to use the social media firmly and learn to generate more and more revenue from it. Earlier Prof. D. Mukhopadhyaya, Dean, Faculty of Management accorded the warm welcome to Mr. Arush Mahajan and Dr. Kakoli Majumdar, Head, Department of Economics presented him the bouquet of thanks.
SMVDU Technology Business Incubation Center (SMVDU TBIC), organized an event “Meet the Entrepreneurs” on 24th January 2017. Two entrepreneurs, natives of state of Jammu and Kashmir, Mr. Dhananjay Singh (Go Studio) Alumnus SMVDU and Mr. Muheet Mehraj (Kashmir Box) met the registered incubatees of SMVDU-TBIC as well as students. They shared their own experiences about the processes involved (Creation of a business plan, rolling cash flows, building human resource etc) and their Journey of doing business and operational challenges. Chairperson SMVDU-TBIC and VC SMVDU Prof. Sanjeev Jain applauded the efforts of both the entrepreneurs and congratulated them for their successful ventures.
For the benefit of all in the state, SMVDU-TBIC has kept its online application portal open 24x7 at its website www.smvdutbic.org. Techno-preneurs from all across the state are welcome to participate and for any enquiries can contact SMVDU-TBIC. SMVDU-Technology Business Incubation Center Society (SMVDU TBIC) is established at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Kakrial, Katra with the Grant-in-aid jointly from NSTEDB, DST, MoST, Government of India with an objective to identify potential innovative Technology based ideas and facilitate these into independent self-sustaining businesses. The incubator in addition to providing mentorship is also facilitating financial assistance to the incubatees. SMVDU-TBIC can also be reached online, through their website by Startups, for recommendation letters to avail benefits under Startup India Initiative of Government of India.
SMVDU, Katra: A guest lecture was conducted by Prof. M. Balakrishna from Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He talked about Assistive technologies for differently-abled persons. He discussed the problems faced by the visually impaired persons in daily life. He told about his project named ASSISTECH which is intended to help visually impaired people by solving two main problems for them namely education and mobility and develops economically viable devices. The project was started as a student project in IIT Delhi whose product is now used by a lot of impaired persons. He motivated students to take up such initiatives to help differently-abled persons and how we can use technology to make their life easier. He explained the working of devices which they are developing namely Smart Cane, On Board etc. He also showed students one of the device which they are developing. During the lecture, Dr. Ajay Kaul, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SMVDU and other faculty members and a lot of students were present. The lecture was followed by extensive interactive session.
SMVDU Katra: Five students of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University participated in the 7th Indian Student Parliament (ISP), also known as Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (BCS), organized by MIT – School of Governance (SOG) Pune, held from 17-19 January. All five were selected for the auditions of speeches in the preliminary round and two of them namely Ms. Khushboo Julfi and Mr. Rashid Altaf were selected for final round imposing opportunity to speak in presence of more than ten thousand audience comprising students from all across the nation, political and intelligentsia bigwigs, academician, parents and social activists. Ms. Khushboo spoke on “Black Money and Elections: Who will Bell the Cat” and Mr. Rashid on “Freedom of Expression: How Much Is Too Much”, receiving unending applaud from the audience. Dr. Sanjeev Jain, the Vice Chancellor extended a hearty congratulation to both the speakers and participating students.
Apart from these two, Akash Srivastav, Manglam Mishra, Roy Keshav Sharma also participated and their speeches were also selected in the first round. The ISP was addressed by the speakers like Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Devendra Fadnavis, Arnav Goswami, Baba Ramdev, Swami Vigyananda, Vijay Goel and alike. The event is the biggest platform in India for sensitizing the youth towards their responsibility for nation building and emerging challenges of the future.
A physical training session was organized in the sports ground of SMVDU at 8AM on 13th Jan. 2017. Around 100 students participated in the session and performed various exercises for an hour under the guidance of Dr. V.K. Tripathi, Dr. A.K. Tewari, Dr. A.K. Tarai and Dr. M.M. Chaturvedi. The following are some inspiring clicks:
A three day Management Development Program (MDP) on “Capacity Building for Bank Officers/ Mangers” organized by Human Resource Development Centre (H.R.D.C.), Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (S.M.V.D.U.) and sponsored by J&K Bank, was inaugurated on 19th Jan. 2017 at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU). Senior J&K Bank Officers/ Managers are the participants in the MDP.
Welcoming the Chief Guest of the programme, Dr. Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University & other participant; Dr. Sanjay Kumar Mishra, Organizing Secretary of the programme detailed about the objectives and schedule of the programme. Appreciating the enthusiasm of the participants, he also said that Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University will endeavor to arrange these kinds of programmes in future.
In his address, Prof. (Dr.) D. Mukhopadhyay (Director I/C, H.R.D.C.-S.M.V.D.U.) gave a brief about Human Resource Development Centre of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, its establishment, approaches and prime objectives. He also appreciated Jammu & Kashmir Bank for their consistent support to the program.
Chief Guest of the programme, Dr. Sanjeev Jain, Vice Chancellor, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University appreciated J&K Bank officials/mangers for their participation and expressed hope that three days Management Development Program shall provide a platform for fruitful capacity building.
Dr. Deepak Jain, coordinator of the programme thanked everyone for their participation and wish the great learning experience for participants.
Dr. Amit K Pandit, Associate Professor and HoD, DoECE attended the 8th IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks (CICN 2016) at THDC, Tehri Uttaranchal. He presented a paper titled ‘Design of Two-Stage CMOS Operational Amplifier for Sigma-Delta ADC.
Dr. Amit also chaired a session at the conference. The conference was attended by participants across the globe. The conference proceeding will be available at IEEE Xplore and will be indexed by many databases.
The Conference was organised to bring together worldwide leading researchers, developers, practitioners and educators interested in advancing the state of the art in computational intelligence and communication Networks for exchanging knowledge that encompasses a broad range of disciplines among various distinct communities.
Dr Amit K Pandit expressed thanks the university for providing the financial grants from Professional Development Grant scheme.